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Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency.

Per-AМЉke Henrikson

Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency.

An experimental study in the dog.

by Per-AМЉke Henrikson

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Published by (Svenska tandläkaresällskap) in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Periodontal disease -- Nutritional aspects.,
  • Calcium in the body.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [128]-132.

    SeriesActa odontologica Scandinavica, v. 26. Supplementum,, 50
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRK1 .A3 vol. 26, suppl. 50
    The Physical Object
    Pagination132 p.
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5677188M
    LC Control Number68141587

    Vitamin D deficiency is now being researched as a cause for many other ailments, from cancer, multiple sclerosis (which is much higher at latitudes that receive less sunlight), cancer, increased risk of heart disease (periodontal disease is a warning sign for heart disease as well), asthma, osteoporosis, and declined cognitive function. A calcium deficiency can increase the risk for dental problems including irritated gums, brittle teeth and tooth decay. These problems can lead to periodontal disease. According to the Journal of Periodontology, individuals with a calcium intake of less than mg, or about half the recommended dietary allowance, were almost twice as likely.

      Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that destroys bone and gum tissues that support the teeth. Periodontal disease affects many Americans and is the major cause of adult tooth loss. Teeth are supported by the gums, or gingiva and bone. In summary, the mineral analysis reveals several contributing factors for gum disease: 1) Slow oxidation, causing low energy levels. 2) Calcium imbalance, causing bone loss and other problems. 3) Excessive free copper, which oxidizes vitamin C and damages protein structures. 4) Zinc deficiency, which interferes with protein synthesis.

    Periodontal disease (PD) is an inclusive term for the inflammatory condition of gingiva (gingivitis) and/or periodontium (periodontitis). The disease process progresses from gingivitis to periodontitis. It may be a manifestation of a systemic condition (diabetes mellitus, collagen diseases, leukemia or other disorders of leukocyte function, anemia, or vitamin deficiency). We conducted a cross-sectional epidemiological investigation involving subjects aged 20–80 yrs. We recorded periodontal risk factors and determined concentrations of serum magnesium and calcium, relating them to periodontal parameters. In a matched-pair study, 60 subjects using oral magnesium-containing drugs and without were compared.


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Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency by Per-AМЉke Henrikson Download PDF EPUB FB2

A statistically significant association between low total serum calcium and periodontal disease was found in younger females aged 20 to 39 with OR = (95% CI: to ) but not for males or older Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency. book, after adjusting for tobacco use, gingival bleeding, and dietary calcium by: In contrast to the generally held concept that periodontal disease is caused by microorganisms, Henriksson () suggested that a nutritional deficiency of calcium might be the cause.

He Calcium and periodontitis: Clinical effect of calcium medication - Uhrbom - - Journal of Clinical Periodontology - Wiley Online LibraryCited by: Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency: an experimental study in the dog.

[Per-Åke Henrikson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatorydisease that affects the supporting structures of the tooth.

While it is due to the interaction between a bacterial infection and host response, other factors such as genetics, diet and lifestyle choices are thought to contribute to the disease progression.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body. A statistically significant association between low total serum calcium and periodontal disease was found in younger females aged 20 to 39 with OR = (95% CI: to ) but not for males.

J Clin Periodontol. Apr;11(4) Calcium and periodontitis: clinical effect of calcium medication. Uhrbom E, Jacobson L. In contrast to the generally held concept that periodontal disease is caused by microorganisms, Henriksson () suggested that a nutritional deficiency of calcium.

Ortega RM, Requejo AM, Encinas Sotillos A, Andres P, Lopez-Sobaler AM, Quintas E. Implication of Calcium Deficiency in the Progress of Periodontal Diseases and Osteoporosis.

Nutr Hosp ; The Calcium Treatment of periodontal disease is most gratifying and almost monthly we discover more about the value of the Calcium Methods. Four Areas of Concern: Lack of clean teeth and gums. Missing teeth that have not been restored. Prolonged lifestyle stresses.

The bite (occlusion) of dental restoration. Remember, gum disease is the result. A new study has revealed the startling connection between vitamin B12 and periodontitis, a reversible condition commonly referred to as gum disease. In particular, an inverse association between serum vitamin B12 and the progression of gum disease and tooth loss risk.

As calcium depletes, the teeth become compromised. Calcium Deficiency Effects on Your Teeth and Mouth. When the levels of calcium in the body diminish, the body uses calcium from the teeth leading to tooth decay or tooth loss.

As previously mentioned, one of the main diseases that comes out of a long-term calcium deficiency is osteoporosis. There has not, however, been a vitamin‐D‐calcium‐periodontitis clinical trial in which randomization and masking were carefully controlled, the periodontal disease status of patients known, periodontal disease measures were the primary outcomes, and levels of.

Other literature also shows direct correlations with low calcium intake, imbalanced calcium to phosphorus ratio, and severe periodontal bone loss.1 The less calcium one eats, the more severe the periodontal disease.2 The calcium and phosphorus ratio in the blood is maintained by an adequate calcium intake along with the ability to metabolize calcium, which requires fat-soluble vitamins, a.

Gum Disease and the Connection To Calcium. More and more, gum disease has become the main reason why people lose their teeth. Several studies have demonstrated that a calcium-restricted diet will produce bone loss, and that the first place for the bone loss to appear is in the alveolar bone.

The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the scientific research related to the relationship of nutrition, inflammation, and periodontal disease. A summary of the literature available and the correlation between specific nutrients and their effect on periodontal disease will be discussed.

Introduction of a risk assessment tool to measure nutritional status is also summarized. Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease defined as a bacterial gum infection causing a breakdown of soft tissue and loss of tooth-supporting bone [].If untreated, periodontitis can cause tooth loss potentially resulting in low self-esteem, impaired speech and chewing and reduced ability to eat healthy and nutritious food [].Periodontitis is one of the most common oral conditions and is.

Levy covers how root canals can poison and kill, the problem with dental implants, the toxicity of amalgam dental fillings and gum disease. Heart Attack Proof Death by Calcium is a book that everyone should read if your are concerned as I am about protecting yourself from a heart attack or stroke, bone fractures, cancer and more.

Levy Reviews: Cross-sectional observational studies show that vitamin D deficiency may be associated with increased risk of chronic periodontitis [1, 6, 14–17], and that supplementation with vitamin D alone, or with vitamin D together with calcium may help to maintain periodontal health, may increase mineral density of the jaws, and may inhibit inflammatory alveolar bone resorption [15, 18–21].

Peridontal Disease by Jacob Trager, D.D.S. Periodontal disease, or periodontitis, is one of the most prevalent chronic inflammatory diseases. It is estimated that 75 percent of adult Americans manifest some aspect of this disease and over 90 percent will experience gingivitis (gum disease) at some time in their lives.

There is an alarming increase in the number of children, both pre- and post. Part of the Nutrition and Health book series (NH) Abstract. Calcium is vital for the proper development and maintenance of calcified oral tissues.

These include tissues incorporated into the structure of the teeth themselves and the bone in which they are embedded. Periodontal disease and calcium deficiency.

An experimental study in the dog. Hypocalcemia, commonly known as calcium deficiency disease, occurs when calcium levels in the blood are low. A long-term deficiency can lead. The final model consisting of periodontal disease status, vitamin D levels, interaction between Vitamin D levels and periodontal disease status explained 60 % of variance of the tissue hBD-2 (adjusted r 2 =P.You probably know this mineral is key in building and maintaining strong bones and teeth.

It may even help prevent tooth loss. And having a calcium deficiency may increase your risk for gum disease. In your mouth, calcium helps harden your enamel and strengthen your jawbone. You can get calcium from salmon, turnip greens, kale, broccoli and more.Periodontitis is a serious gum infection, caused by plaque and bacteria accumulating below the gum line.

Left untreated, it can destroy gum and bone tissue, resulting in loss of teeth. While poor dental hygiene plays a role in the development of periodontal disease, poor nutrition also .